Domaine Bonneau du Martray

Domaine Bonneau du Martray

Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2006

Burgundy, France

Regular price $2,789.00 Sale price$2,324.00 Save $465.00
Case Format
Duty Status
Style: White Drink from: 2023
ABV: 13.5% Drink to: 2025
Packaging: OCC Stock arriving: In Stock
Critic scores
93-94 RP, 95 AG, 94 NM
Critic reviews
"This has a very precise, stony nose with touches of chalk and white flowers, morning dew and limestone. It builds in intensity in the glass. The palate is harmonious, beautifully focused with hints of vanilla pod, almond, a hint of coconut and a tangible sense of minerality. Very precise on the finish with a hint of brioche and acacia honey lingering in the mouth. Superb."
Neal Martin, January 2009

"Bonneau du Martray’s 2006 Corton-Charlemagne (magnum) opens with a super-classic bouquet of slate, crushed rocks and hints of reduction. Bracing and intense and energetic, the 2006 flows with superb focus and pure mineral-drenched cut. From magnum, the 2006 is simply dazzling and appears to have many years of fine drinking ahead of it."
Antonio Galloni, June 2014

(from a bottle opened at the domaine). A notably ripe and fully mature nose is ever-so-mildly exotic while exhibiting background notes of wood and menthol. The exceptionally rich and concentrated big-bodied flavors possess so much try extract that the mouth feel is borderline chewy, all wrapped in a lingering finish where notes of warmth and strong petrol character appear. While this has arrived at its apogee, it has the density and balance to hold here for at least 5 to 8 more years., November 2019

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